Elizabeth Town Hall

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Probably the only thing to beware at this town hall are the very sketchy rumors of it being haunted. Very little anecdotal evidence exists to support the claims, but we’ll include it for the sake of completeness.

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230 Poplar Street
Elizabeth, LA
United States

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30.86461160443844, -92.79552133491819
Allen Parish, Louisiana
Nearest Towns:
Elizabeth, LA (0.3 mi.)
Oakdale, LA (8.7 mi.)
Pitkin, LA (9.7 mi.)
Oakdale, LA (11.1 mi.)
Sugartown, LA (13.1 mi.)
Glenmora, LA (14.7 mi.)
McNary, LA (15.5 mi.)
Oberlin, LA (17.0 mi.)
Forest Hill, LA (19.9 mi.)
Pine Prairie, LA (22.7 mi.)


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  1. Rose Stracener  |  

    when I would go to Elizabeth town hall to pay my phone bill my daughter was younger she would always tell me that she wanted to play with the little girl that was there but there was no little girl there

  2. Several years ago my ghost hunting group and I were given permission to spend the night in the town hall. He had several experiences. We were all standing in front of a glass case looking through the old, hand written books that showed the entries for the date admitted, doctor, patient, symptoms, date released, and if they passed away. The building was a hospital in the 20s.
    Some of the original equipment is still there. As we were browsing, all of the sudden a gust of wind blew through all of us. The A/C was not on upstairs, nor were there any windows open. I went alone in the operating room and sat on a bench. It still had the sterilizing equipment and the original overhead lights. Out of the blue out got an overwhelming feeling of sadness, which made my eyes water. I felt strong presence with me. I asked if I could take “his” picture. I received an EVP that said, “Maybe.” A few minutes later I felt like “he” left the room. I asked if he was still here. I got a clear EVP that said, “Wrong guy.” I was not scared at all. It was calming yet very sad. I’m guessing because many people had passed on under those lights in that very room. I would love to go back and stay the night again.

  3. I’m going in a couple weeks, although I will not be able to stay the night at location I do plan on checking it out. Rose is saying that activity is happening during the day too, maybe i’ll get lucky.

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